Saturday, June 25, 2011


乳酪桂花面包~ Cream Cheese Osmanthus Bread 
(recipe adapted & modified from Pure Enjoyment)


Bread flour 250g
Bread improver 3g
Milk powder 10g
Cream cheese 60g
Caster sugar 10g
Instant yeast 3g
Milk 130ml
Butter 20g
Osmanthus 2 Tbsp

1. Boil milk with Osmanthus for about 3mins. Set aside to cool down for later use.
2. Combine all ingredients except butter in a mixer & mix well till smooth dough is formed.
3. Add in butter till dough is smooth & shiny.
4. Roll out the dough into a large rectangle with the shorter end to be the same length as the length of the loaf pan. Starting with the shorter end, roll up the dough swiss roll style & place it into the loaf pan to proof for 1hr.
5. Bake in a preheated oven @ 180C for 30mins。

I am submitting this entry to Aspiring Bakers #8 - Bread Seduction (June 2011) hosted by Jasmine from Sweetylicious.


Amelia said...

The bread look super soft, something different cream cheese with osmanthus, add to my to do list which is getting longer, LOL
Fr. Amelia dessert

cathysjoy said...

Yup, it is really super soft, I guess it is due to the cream cheese. Kekeke ;)
Happy baking =)

cindysia said...

Looks so soft ,I also want to make....hehehe

cathysjoy said...

Yes! Pls do! you will love this! ;)

Ariescovis said...


cathysjoy said...

你也试试看吧 :)

passionbaker said...

Looks really soft and healthy too!

cathysjoy said...

Yup very soft indeed with a very light osmanthus fragrance ;)

hsling said...


cathysjoy said...

哪里有,显丑了。 多谢捧场 ;)

neyeeloh said...

桂花也可以拿来做面包哦?赞喔。。。 ^_^

cathysjoy said...


lena said...

i dont think i've tried putting cream cheese in my breads but i can imagine how yummy they are!

cathysjoy said...

Give it a try ;)

Joyce said...

Wow.. another soft and fluffy bread again ! And a very unique favour this time ! Great job there !

cathysjoy said...

Thanks ;)

Alice said...

hhhmmm yum yum....cream cheese bread....i want! :)

cathysjoy said...

Yah it's really nice :)

Eileen@Hundred Eighty Degrees said...

Unique combination! Wow...

cathysjoy said...

Try it out. It is a really soft bread with a light Osmanthus taste :)

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